Question Three on the Massachusetts ballot would legalize medical marijuana. Here are arguments for and against.
Massachusetts voters will have to make decisions on three ballot questions on Election Day.
The medical marijuana debate will be decided in Massachusetts on the November 6 ballot.
Click play to see the video of Bradley Jay’s coverage of the 23rd Freedom Rally on the Boston Common with comments by Rep. Barney Frank.
A web address printed in the state’s 2012 ballot question information voters guide is actually a spoof site.
NightSide – Bradley Jay Hosts, Walpole Deputy Chief John Carmichael Talks About Legalizing Medical Marijuana
Is Medical Marijuana Just About Getting High?
Do you think medical marijuana should be legalized? Bradley Jay does. Watch the video and see what your neighbors think.
The state Supreme Judicial Court has ruled in favor of medical marijuana opponents who say the likely November ballot question on the issue is misleading.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has moved to dismiss a petition to the state’s highest court by a group that opposes a proposed ballot question that would legalize medical marijuana.
The state’s largest doctors’ organization is taking a stand against a proposed ballot question that would allow marijuana use for medical reasons.